An hour long episode that takes us across the ditch. Continue reading »
Shortland Street’s Teuila Blakely has confirmed that she is the woman in The Warriors’ Konrad Hurrell’s selfie sex tape after initially insisting it wasn’t her.
“Yeah it was me, but it was a private video between me and Koni and it wasn’t meant to have been leaked.”
Blakely, 39, has been dating the 22-year-old Warriors centre, who is the same age as her son, Jared. But she says the relationship is casual. Continue reading »
On Friday night, MTV Australia and New Zealand crowned their newest VJ, Kristian “Krit” Schmidt in front of the masses at a VIP party in Auckland. Krit beat out hundreds of hopefuls to take the title of MTV VJ, after competing in two days of challenges against the chosen Top Ten finalists.
Krit has been inundated with well wishes and support after his cousin, The Rock, congratulated him on Twitter. “I’ve been on a nonstop high since Friday and everyone has been sending me love. As for my phone and social media – it’s been out of control!” said University of Auckland lecturer, Krit. Continue reading »
Phew. Well, that’s if this latest statement from Fox is actually fact and not rumour like much of the speculation has been over the last few days. Continue reading »
Whether you’re a channel surfer looking for something to watch or someone who leaves your TV on one channel for the entire evening, here are our thoughts on what we think might be worth checking out this evening.
Shortland Street (TV2, 7:00pm)
It’s an hour long special of Shortland Street tonight and it’s not even the winter season yet. It looks like there’s going to be more drama unfolding over Chris Warner’s ever increasing lineage.
Top 20 most time shifted shows
- The Blacklist: 52870 (TV3, 8:35pm – 9:30pm)
- The Tomorrow People: 49300 (TV2, 9:30pm – 10:35pm)
- Mr Selfridge: 43900 (TV ONE, 9:30pm – 10:30pm)
- The Smurfs: 43870 (TV2, 6:30pm – 8:30pm)
- Hawaii Five-O: 41980 (TV3, 9:30pm – 10:30pm) Continue reading »
It was a mixed result for the fifth season of TV One’s Masterchef New Zealand which ended its run last night with what was the second highest rating grand final of the show to date, second only to season three. However, it was the lowest rating season overall.
The average audience per episode was 464,971 viewers, with the Sunday night episodes drawing a slightly higher average with 467,016. This was down 13% on the 2013 season, and 15% on the record highs of season three. Continue reading »